Dr Andrew Smith joins the Chartered Institute of Insurers at their annual ‘Shaping the Future of Insurance’ hybrid event.
The conference aims to provide the insurance sector with a holistic view of how insurance professionals can think about resilience.
Featuring presentations and panel discussions from key industry experts and model vendors, the event will explore industry challenges, including sustainability, modeling future flood risks, community resilience, and claims handling. In support of the event, Andrew shared insights in a presentation titled ‘The Latest Advances in Flood Modeling – What They Tell Us About Current and Future Risks.’
Key talking points included:
— Why has flood modeling traditionally lagged behind other perils? — Recent advances in flood modeling. — How insurers can utilize these tools to understand flood risk, both now and in the future.
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